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DOE-HDBK-1130-98
c.
Airborne Radioactivity Area
An Airborne Radioactivity Area is an area where airborne radioactivity exceeds specified
limits. Posting requirements include:
"CAUTION OR DANGER, AIRBORNE RADIOACTIVITY AREA"
additionally the posting may state:
"RWP REQUIRED FOR ENTRY"
2.
Minimum requirements for entering Contamination, High Contamination, and Airborne
Radioactivity Areas without an escort.
a.
Appropriate training, such as Radiological Worker II training.
b.
Personnel dosimetry, as appropriate.
c.
Protective clothing and respiratory protection as specified in the RWP.
d.
Worker's signature on the RWP, as applicable.
e.
Pre-job briefings, as applicable.
f.
(Insert facility-specific information.)
3.
Minimum requirements for working in Contamination, High Contamination, and Airborne
Radioactivity Areas.
a.
Avoid unnecessary contact with contaminated surfaces.
b.
Secure equipment (lines, hoses, cables, etc.,) to prevent them from crossing in and out
of contamination areas.
c.
When possible, wrap or sleeve materials, equipment, and hoses.
d.
Place contaminated materials in appropriate containers when finished.
e.
Do not touch exposed skin surfaces. High levels of skin contamination can cause a
significant skin dose. It may also lead to internal contamination with radioactive
material.
f.
Avoid stirring contamination as it could become airborne.
g.
Do not smoke, eat, drink, or chew. Do not put anything in your mouth.
h.
Exit immediately if a wound occurs or if your protective clothing is compromised (e.g.,
becomes wet, torn, or otherwise compromised.)
i.
(Insert facility-specific information.)
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